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Create a brag sheet.

 It’s never too early to create a brag sheet that organizes all of your accomplishments, community service, awards, internships, etc. This handy document will help you fill out scholarship applications, college applications, prepare for interviews, etc.

Find a mentor.

 Seek out a knowledgeable adult to guide you through the college application process. An experienced parent, counselor, teacher, or family friend can be a valuable advisor on your journey to college. Talk with someone who works in a career that sparks your curiosity.

 Seek out a knowledgeable adult to guide you through the college application process. An experienced parent, counselor, teacher, or family friend can be a valuable advisor on your journey to college. Talk with someone who works in a career that sparks your curiosity.

Visit college campuses.

 A college education opens doors to boundless career opportunities. College isn’t limited to four-year gigs. Your options for college include two-year schools, technical schools, certificate programs, as well as universities. Visit campuses and make the choice that’s right for you.

Your scores matter.

 Study hard, keep your GPA high, and take the PSAT, SAT and/or ACT for college applications and scholarships. 

Talk to your counselor, and visit the websites: collegeboard.org and act.org for more information.

You can’t get in if you don’t apply

You can’t get in if you don’t apply.

Texas makes it easy.

ApplyTexas.org lets you submit one application to all Texas public universities as well as many private and two-year colleges.